Starting today, for the next four days, Connaught Place will become host to the historic, green Diwali Laser Show.
The bursting of firecrackers and different kinds of Indian and Chinese-made crackers add the proverbial fuel to Delhi’s air pollution fire.
Diwali is no longer a festival of joy alone and is accompanied by misery especially for those suffering from breathing disorders.
Lighting lamps for celebrating Diwali makes religious sense, but bursting Agni into noise and smoke is a disrespect shown to the Agni Devata.
It is time we lighten our homes and also enlighten our minds with the true meaning of Diwali, protect our culture and save our environment.
NMNH, MoEFCC invites School and College Students for a Poster Making Competition on the Theme Harit Diwali – Swasth Diwali.
Air pollution affects the health of all people. During Diwali, the pollution levels increase manifold due to use of crackers,
This Diwali, don’t just think of those asthma affected, sick and ailing patients but also think of the health and well being of yourself and your family. Here’s wishing everyone a very sensible, thoughtful and safe Diwali.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 43 (starting October 24), 2011.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 41 (starting October 17), 2011.
Even the candles we ‘burn’ have significant environmental impact which we should certainly keep in mind. As Delhi shifts from the CWG 2010 mode into the festival mode, and gears up for celebrating the festival of lights – Deepawali, Delhi Greens wishes its reader a very happy and prosperous Green […]
Owl sacrifice is believed to invoke the blessings of the goddess of wealth during Diwali and many tantriks advise this during Diwali.